Abstract: The increasing complexity of systems to be developed requires engineers to review their practices in order to improve the efficiency of
engineering and meet the needs of a competitive market. That is why models supported by formal or semi-formal languages are preferred to avoid the
understanding variability of natural languages. In this context, Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) made it possible to change the engineering
paradigm by putting forward a unique, shared system model. To promote its adoption, a solution would be to allow reuse of knowledge and know-how, to encourage engineers seizing and adapting MBSE to their needs. This paper aims to review and evaluate the concept of patterns towards reuse in engineering, especially in a MBSE approach.
“A review of Know-How reuse with patterns in Model-Based Systems Engineering”15:00 - 15:20
Quentin Wu, David Gouyon, Éric Levrat and Sophie Boudau / Zodiac Aero Electric and Université de Lorraine, CNRS, CRAN